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  • The Government of the Republic of Zambia

    The Government of the Republic of Zambia The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development June 2012 (Rio+20) May 2012 . development are critical and these have to be addressed if Zambia is to move towards sustainable development and ensure that adverse impacts of climate change do not

  • Stakeholder Influence in Promoting Environmental

    environmental sustainability (Parkes & Borland, 2012). This study was born out of the need to generate additional information to address the gap in the related literature. This qualitative multiple case study involved exploring stakeholder influence in promoting environmental sustainability in the Zambian mining industry to help address

  • Author: Helen Mbewe
  • How Can Zambia Benefit More from Mining?

    18-7-2016· A recent review of Zambia´s mining sector shows the country remains an appealing place for investment, and integrating the mineral sector into national development planning is a crucial driver for sustainable development in Zambia.

  • Mining still sustainable Zambia Daily Mail

    11-9-2017· ZAMBIA’S mining industry still has the potential to be one of the most sustainable global businesses, despite experiencing vast challenges in the past years, Zambia Chamber of Mines (ZCM) says. ZCM president Nathan Chishimba, however, said if the mining industry is to remain sustainable

  • Zambia Country mining guide assets.kpmg

    For 2 decades, Zambia’s mining sector has experienced significant foreign interest and investment driven mainly by the privatization of state-owned Zambia Consolidated Copper Mines (“ZCCM”), a low taxation environment and low political interference. Zambia is in possession of some of the world’s highest-grade copper deposits.

  • Environmental Management Compliance, Law and

    This paper is a review of environmental management compliance of the extractive industry; particularly mining in Zambia and the government’s commitment to environmental protection in view of sustainable development .The main objective of this work was to review industrial compliance against Zambia’s environmental legal regime for the period

  • Mining and Corporate Social Responsibility in Zambia: A

    Context of mining and Corporate Social Responsibility in Zambia through a postdevelopment lens and feminist approaches Zambia Vision 2030 Vision statement reads in part Zambians, by 2030, aspire to live in a strong and dynamic middle-income industrial nation that provides opportunities for improving the wellbeing of all, embodying values of socio-

  • Developing Effective Mineral Resource Policy for

    Developing effective mineral resource policy for sustainable livelihoods through geoscience Zambia is the focus of this study, recognisingthe historic importance of copper mining in Zambia, the current resurgence of interest in the copper belt and issues associated with foreign investment.

  • Sustainable Development and the Global Copper Supply Chain

    Sustainable Development and the Global Copper Supply Chain: International research team report vi notable discrepancy in the capacity of the Zambian government to enforce these regulations. The sustainable development impact of weak enforcement is that the local communities and national

  • Mining for Sustainable Development TI Canada

    To promote sustainable development, Transparency International’s Mining for Sustainable Development (M4SD) Program will identify where the mining awards process could be vulnerable to a lack of transparency and accountability...

  • Sustainability reporting in the mining sector: Why

    resulting in sustainability reports as at least one source of information for interested parties to hold on to. When engaging in sustainability reporting, mining corporations draw mainly on the guidelines of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and its mining sector supplement (Boiral 2013; Fonseca 2010).

  • Copper Mining Industry in Zambia United Nations

    Copper Mining Industry in Zambia Environmental Challenges Gift Sikaundi Environmental Council of Zambia. Background Zambia’s major economic activity is mining, and as at 2005, mining contributed about 65% of export earnings.

  • Zambia Human Development Report 2016

    seventeen Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to replace the Millennium Develop-ment Goals (MDGs) from January 2016. The 17 SDGs are universal, indivisible and transformative. They aim to eliminate extreme poverty and to leave no one behind. The 2016 Zambia Human Development Report (ZHDR) entitled, Industrialisation and Human Development: Poverty

  • Centre of Excellence The Copperbelt University

    The Copperbelt University has been selected by the World Bank to be the Africa Centre of Excellence in Sustainable Mining (CBU ACESM). CBU ACESM will focus on delivering excellence in education, training, and research in five thematic areas identified as strategic to improving the sustainability of the mining industry in Zambia and beyond and these are:

  • Report Enhancing mining’s contribution to the Zambian

    positive contribution to sustainable development. We hope 4 Enhancing mining’s contribution to the Zambian economy and society Mining: Partnerships for Development . Attempts to strengthen economic management and governance have had mixed results. On the Worldwide

  • (PDF) Approaches to sustainable minerals

    Gemstone mining and marketing needs a complete overhaul. This paper reviews the major issues that have contributed to decline in sustainable development of the mineral industry in Zambia and highlights initiatives, both private and public, currently undertaken to revitalize the sector.

  • (PDF) CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN

    This paper focuses on the comparison of corporate social responsibility in mining industry. It compares specifi c territorial areas of two diff erent countries one of them country that could be called as semi-periphery or even core country and the second one a periphery country.

  • Centre of Excellence The Copperbelt University

    The Copperbelt University has been selected by the World Bank to be the Africa Centre of Excellence in Sustainable Mining (CBU ACESM). CBU ACESM will focus on delivering excellence in education, training, and research in five thematic areas identified as strategic to improving the sustainability of the mining industry in Zambia and beyond and these are:

  • Environment and Climate Change UNDP in Zambia

    These natural resources are major contributors to GDP (e.g. mining, tourism, agriculture, forestry) amounts to 27% of national wealth in comparison to 2% in Overseas Economic Cooperation and Development countries and are critical to Zambia’s effort to achieve sustainable development.

  • Nkana Mine (Rokana Mine), Kitwe, Kitwe,

    Nkana Mine (Rokana Mine), Kitwe, Kitwe, Copperbelt Province, Zambia : A copper-cobalt mine owned by ZCCM. The deepest mine in the Zambian copper belt. Two shafts below 1,300 meters and 3 small open pits until 1984. The mine exploits reduced facies type copper-cobalt

  • Sustainability reporting in the mining sector: Why

    resulting in sustainability reports as at least one source of information for interested parties to hold on to. When engaging in sustainability reporting, mining corporations draw mainly on the guidelines of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and its mining sector supplement (Boiral 2013; Fonseca 2010).

  • The Mining Policy Framework IISD

    The Mining Policy Framework: Synthesis Report INTRODUCTION When struggling to meet the resource needs of a growing population, it can be easy to overlook the role that mining can play in a nation’s long-term social and economic development. Mining can generate jobs and much-needed revenues; it can promote the development of a more skilled

  • How can mining contribute to the Sustainable

    3-12-2013· Over the last few months, the World Economic Forum, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), and the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment (CCSI) have been working together to create a shared understanding of how the mining industry can most effectively contribute to the SDGs.

  • Chapter 3: Environmental issues SARPN

    Chapter 3: Environmental issues Introduction one of the key pre-conditions for achieving sustainable development in Zambia. CSO (1993) defined poverty as a level of living when individuals or households a re not able to meet their food and other basic needs, such as

  • Guinea, Tanzania, and Zambia : Integrated

    18-12-2019· Guinea, Tanzania, and Zambia : Integrated Community Development at Mine Sites. processes at two AngloGold Ashanti gold mines—Siguiri in Guinea and Geita in Tanzania—to create a framework for sustainable mining activities in Africa. Millennium Villages (MVs)

  • (PDF) Key Challenges Facing The Mining And

    Mining is a long established art with legacy processes and institutional structures that face rapidly changing technological environments. The perception is that technology planning and forecasting receives priority attention only as far as they may be linked to making production tonnage in the short term, thus giving the impression that new

  • ICMM & ICMM

    ICMM publishes updated guidance on handling and resolving community concerns and grievances that the private sector can and should play a significant role in promoting and supporting the delivery of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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